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Environmental Politics

Students examine the social and political trends that have contributed to the environmental hazards we now face. Various theoretical approaches that discuss human relations with the environment are examined in the context of critical issues such as global warming, setting of toxic-waste facilities and the pollution of the Fox River. Prerequisite: POLI 130. Fall semester, alternate years.

Grade Basis: Letter Grade
Credits: 4.0